John Michael Montgomery Recovering After ‘Serious’ Tour Bus Accident

Country singer John Michael Montgomery was involved in a “serious accident” on his way to a concert in North Carolina on Friday (Sept. 9).

“Yesterday we had a serious accident on the way to a concert in North Carolina. Everyone that was on the bus is recovering from their injuries,” Montgomery wrote in an update to fans on Facebook the day after the incident.

“Despite some cuts and broken ribs, I am doing well,” he said.

“I will take some time over the next couple of weeks to heal and be back on the road soon,” he added in his note. “I am grateful to the medics and highway patrol for their quick response to this difficult situation. Thanks to everyone for their concerns.”

Montgomery — who’s the brother of Montgomery Gentry‘s Eddie Montgomery — has had several hits on Billboard‘s Hot Country Songs chart, including seven No. 1s: “I Love the Way You Love Me” (1993), “I Swear” (1994), “Be My Baby Tonight” (1994), “If You’ve Got Love” (1994), “I Can Love You Like That” (1995), “Sold (The Grundy County Auction Incident)” (1995) and “The Little Girl” (2000). His 1994 album Kickin’ It Up and 1995’s John Michael Montgomery topped the Hot Country Albums chart, and Kickin’ It Up also made it to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.

His next tour date is scheduled for Sept. 24, in Shipshewana, Indiana. A list of current tour dates can be found on his website.

See his post about the bus accident below.

Tommy Lee Moons Crowd, Announces He’s on OnlyFans

Tommy Lee has an announcement: You can now find him on OnlyFans.

The drummer ended Mötley Crüe‘s tour with a bang in Las Vegas on Friday (Sept. 9), using the stage as a platform to reveal his news to fans.

“Should we play a little game of I’ll show you mine, you show me yours?” he joked with the audience at Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium.

“I already won,” he reminded fans. “I showed you my s—. They took it down, off the internet.”

Lee was, of course, referencing the full-frontal nude photo he released to the world via social media in August, which went viral but was removed from Instagram and Facebook. He later explained that the picture had been the result of going “on a motherf—ing bender” during a break from tour.

“Well, what I’ve done is I have now gone over to place where you can be free as f— and you can show anybody whatever the f— you want and they don’t f—ing take it down. So f—ing suck it. Boom!” Lee said in his update at Friday night’s show, pulling down his pants to show the world his butt covered with the words “ONLY FANS.”

“You can see all my s— over there,” he said.

“You heard it here tonight,” Lee confirmed on Instagram Friday night, linking to his OnlyFans account. “cum join me over there for fun that Instagram won’t let us have here!”

Watch his announcement in a NSFW fan video here, and see Lee’s Instagram post here.

Cardi B Shows Off New Face and Arm Tattoos of Son Wave and Daughter Kulture’s Names

Cardi B is proudly showing off new ink of her children’s names.

The 29-year-old rap superstar took to Instagram Live on Saturday (Sept. 10) to reveal fresh tattoos featuring the names of her son Wave, 1, and daughter Kulture, 4. Wave’s name is penned in light red-colored cursive on the side of her face, while Kulture’s name is inked in a similarly styled darker shade on her arm.

“I tatted my son’s name because I love him,” Cardi told fans in the brief clip, pulling her hair to the side and showing off the face tat. “And I tatted my daughter’s name,” she added, revealing the ink on her bicep.

Earlier this summer, the “I Like It” rapper’s hairstylist Luis Santana shared a video on social media of Cardi on a tattoo bed, getting some red ink done along her jawline. “Tattoo surprise,” Santana captioned the clip on his Instagram Story, tagging the hip-hop star.

Shortly after, tattoo artist Robinson De Los Santos shared a selfie with Cardi on his own IG Story, with the new facial ink on display, though it wasn’t clear exactly what the tattoo said.

Fans guessed at the time that Cardi may have gotten Wave’s name permanently imprinted on her face, because she hinted at wanting the specific ink in a tweet from earlier this year. “Random but ….I’m 1% close too tatting my sons name on my face….I really really wanna do it!” Cardi wrote.

Wave, who was born in September 2021, is Cardi and husband Offset’s second child together. Big sister Kulture is the couple’s first born. Offset is also the father to three other children from previous relationships.

See Cardi’s new tattoos of her children’s names in fan-captured videos and images here and here.

5 Uplifting Moments in Latin Music This Week (Sept. 10)

From career milestones and new music releases to major announcements and more, Billboard editors highlight the latest news buzz in Latin music every week. Here’s what happened in the Latin music world this week.

Making Wishes Come True

This week, Maluma surprised one of his younger fans, named Bastian, with a new house in Colombia. “Dreams come true, welcome to your new home Bastian,” the Colombian singer shared on Instagram. Bastian is a cancer patient who’s been a fan of Maluma for a while now, according to La Opinion. “I am going to say a few words. Fight for your dreams, dreams come true. Don’t stop fighting. They take time, but they arrive,” said Bastian in the short clip.

J Balvin’s New Kicks

J Balvin unveiled his new collaboration with Nike this week, flaunting a pair of sky blue Jumpman shoes that light up. “To jump is the first step to fly. Another one for the culture. Latino gang,” the Colombian artist shared on Instagram. A short video teaser showed Balvin rocking his new sneaker collab. “Follow your light. Take care of your mind. Jump for your dreams,” he said in the clip.


Former Billboard Latin Power Player AJ “Kallejero” Ramos announced his new project “Godfidence,” set to inspire his family, friends, and followers. “Godfidence” is a five-day devotional available on the YouVersion Bible App. “I’ve been working on this for the last several months,” he expressed on Instagram. “Connecting mental health with spirituality and aligning it with the word of God. Self-discipline + Self Love + Vulnerability + Surrender = Godfidence.”


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Hollywood Walk of Fame

In celebration of their 50-year career, Regional Mexican group Los Huracanes del Norte received their own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Sept. 7. Father and son, Heraclio and Roberto García went up to the podium to accept on behalf of the group and give a heartfelt speech. “To be honest, I don’t even know where to start,” Heraclio said. “Today, a dream comes true. We’ve always strived to do meaningful things in life but this recognition is special as it will last forever. Our kids, and grandkids will be able to come here and say, ‘Look, there’s my dad or grandpa’s star.’ Thank you all for being here, this is a day we’ll never forget.”

Jowell & Randy’s New Music

Puerto  Rican duo Jowell y Randy teased their upcoming single during their concert at the Amway Center in Orlando, Fla. on Friday (Sept. 9). In front of over 15,000 fans, the ultimate perreo duo presented one minute of their single “Toro,” which will officially drop at 8 p.m. ET on Sept. 22. Produced by Subelo Neo and co-written by Mora, “Toro” can be pre-saved here. Listen to the preview below:


Lea Michele Skips ‘Funny Girl’ Performances After ‘Early Signs’ of COVID-19: ‘I’m Devastated’

Lea Michele was forced to cancel performances of Funny Girl after experiencing early signs of COVID-19.

The Glee alum, who plays Fanny Brice in the Broadway revival show, announced on social media Saturday (Sept. 10) that she would be missing the day’s afternoon and evening performances at New York’s August Wilson Theatre.

“I’m devastated to say that due to early signs and symptoms of Covid and an inconclusive test result – due to the production’s safety protocols I’m not allowed to perform today’s shows,” Michele wrote on her Instagram Story.

After months of hype, the curtain went up on Michele’s stint as the Funny Girl lead on Sept. 6. She took over from standby Julie Benko, who had performed the role since original star Beanie Feldstein exited the production in July. The show also stars Tovah Feldshuh as Mrs. Brice, alongside existing stars Ramin Karimloo and Tony nominee Jared Grimes.

“I will be testing again and will know more about tomorrow’s performance soon,” Michele added in her note. “Julie is going to crush it today as Fanny – as are all of our amazing understudies who have stepped up so incredibly this week while we battle a very intense Covid outbreak in our theater.”

Michele’s latest Broadway role isn’t the first time she’s taken a crack at some of the musical’s beloved songs made famous by Barbra Streisand. During the first season of Glee, the actress’ character Rachel Berry gave an instantly iconic performance of Act 1 closer “Don’t Rain on My Parade,” and later in the series moved to New York City to star in a Broadway revival of Funny Girl.

See Michele’s post about the Funny Girl cancellation on her Instagram Story here.